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A server I've recently taken charge of has a copy of Exchange installed. Add or Remove Programs just shows "Microsoft Exchange". By clicking on Change/Remove I can see that the version number is 6.5, which is the version number for Exchange 2003.

How do I find out if I'm running Standard, Enterprise or something else, though?

Additional facts:

  • The server is running Windows Server 2003.
  • The version hasn't been documented anywhere and there's nobody I can ask


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In the Exchange System Manager, go to the Servers folder and click the folder so the servers appear in the right pane. In the Edition column should be the server version.

Exchange Server 2003 Edition

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Can't believe I didn't stumble across that..! Thanks, anyway :) – Cosmic Flame Nov 22 '11 at 11:10

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